Sausal Creek Restoration in Dimond Park

Contract Value$3.2MProject TypeAthletic/RecreationHabitat RestorationInfrastructureCore CompetencyDemolitionEarthwork and GradingEnvironment and Habitat RestorationWet Utilities

Purpose of this project was to restore 1,000LF of existing creek channel that was previously partially buried in an underground culvert. This project was the winner of 2016 American Public Works Association (APWA) Environmental Restoration project of the year. Scope of work included: removing 180LF of concrete culvert, clearing and grubbing, installation of a dam and dewatering system capable of handling 10 cubic feet per second of creek flow, mass excavation and off-haul of over 4,000CY of soil, importing and mixing over 3,500TNS of boulders for new creek bed, native landscape restoration, construction of a new restroom building, and site concrete. Between August 17, 2015 and October 15, 2015, over 2/3rds of the contract value was completed. The work took place along the property lines of 13 homeowners.

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